16:43 - Apothecary That was always my one issue with them too, flight, as good as everything else is. I think they're putting out a new album this year though, so I'm curious to see if that gets changed in any way
16:39 - flightoficarus Really digging Vattnet Viskar, except for the vocals. Too much distortion, not enough presence.
16:39 - Apothecary Damn, nobody had added Mr. Bungle until today? Glad that atrocity got cleared up
16:23 - Hex_Omega Journey to the deepest corners of your mind [link]
15:56 - Timmeh Played through RE4 for the first time a month ago and was absolutely astonished, one of the best gaming experiences of my life.
15:32 - J. N. Red: By the end of the game, you can shoot him with no consequences.
Here we go, episode 2. Now with slightly better video quality. We'll come back to rhythm guitar later; today we're going to look at some different arpeggio shapes. I like these shapes a lot and use them quite often in my own playing. They're a great way to come up with some "out of the box" ideas and create some very open sounding melodies and licks. The goal is to learn each shape individually, be able to create ideas and expand on the individual chord arpeggio. Just play around with each one, you'll come up it something. After that, if you can string them together, you'll be able to move up the fretboard easily. Take your time, accuracy is more important than speed.